Jan 17 2023
- Event Tracking
The objective of the Emergency Tracking Tool (is to collect information on large and sudden population movements as well as
security and climactic emergencies. Information is collected through phone interviews with key informants and direct observation.
Following a fire of unknown origin, which occurred on 17 January 2023 in the displacement site of Airport Ciné located
in the Delmas 2 neighborhood (Communal section 1 st Saint Martin, Municipality of Delmas, West district), 32 displaced households (60 individuals) lost their homes as well as food and non food items. Three children were burned and were hospitalized at the time of data collection.
Jan 17 2023
- Event Tracking
Le suivi des urgences a pour but de recueillir des informations sur les mouvements importants et soudains de populations, ainsi que sur des urgences sécuritaires et climatiques. Les informations sont collectées à travers des entretiens avec des informateurs clés et des observations directes.
A la suite d’un incendie d’origine inconnue, survenu le 1 7 janvier 2023 dans le site de déplacement Airport Ciné situé dans le quartier Delmas 2 (Section communale 1 ère Saint Martin, Commune de Delmas, Département de l’Ouest), 32 ménages déplacés de 60 individus ont perdu leurs maisons ainsi que les articles alimentaires et non alimentaires. Trois enfants ont été
brûlés et étaient hospitalisés au moment de la collecte des données.
Nov 18 2022
- Return Intention
Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighbouring
countries as a result of the war in Ukraine. According to the Moldovan General Inspectorate for Border Police, as of 20th
November, a total of 698,131 refugees from Ukraine and TCNs were registered at border crossing points (BCPs) while
entering from Ukraine into the Republic of Moldova. At the same time, movements of persons crossing back to Ukraine
have also been reported. According to the same source, 370,918 Ukrainian nationals and TCNs, who entered into the
Republic of Moldova, from all border control points since 24 February 2022, have exited back to Ukraine (Source: General
Inspectorate for Border Police).
Since April 2022, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has conducted surveys with adults (18 years and above)
crossing back to Ukraine, through CBS Axa Research. The crossing back survey is part of IOM’s DTM activities that are
meant to monitor the displacement patterns, movement flows and intentions, regions of origin, and most immediate needs
of refugees from Ukraine and TCNs who fled from Ukraine into neighbouring countries and other European countries since
24 February 2022 and are crossing back into Ukraine.
This report presents an analysis of the evolution of respondents’ sociodemographic profiles, travel characteristics, regions of
origin, humanitarian needs and intentions over time, during the covered period of 16 April and 18 November. During this
period, 6 173 individuals were interviewed, most of whom were Ukrainian citizens (95%) while three per cent were TCNs
and two per cent were Moldovan nationals. Data was collected at three main BCPs from the Republic of Moldova to
Ukraine: at Otaci BCP (45%), at Palanca BCP and Transit centre (50%), at Tudora BCP (4%). Individuals crossing into
Ukraine are not necessarily returnees and the sample is not representative of all persons crossing into Ukraine, results
should hence only be considered as indicative.